WCW: Monday Nitro (12.28.98)
WCW: Monday Nitro
December 28, 1998
The current WCW champs are as follows:
WCW World Champion: Kevin Nash (12/27/1998)
WCW U.S. Champion: Bret Hart (11/30/1998)
WCW World Tag Team Champions: Rick Steiner & Kenny Kaos (10/26/1998)
WCW World Television Champion: Konnan (11/30/1998)
WCW Cruiserweight Champion: Billy Kidman (11/22/1998)
LAST NIGHT AFTER STARRCADE: They show footage of Eric Bischoff, Buff Bagwell, Scott Steiner, and the returning Curt Hennig mocking Ric Flair during a limo ride. Bischoff makes sure to add in at the last moment that “Hollywood [Hogan] would be proud”.
HOUR NUMBER ONE! Your hosts are Tony Schiavone, Mike Tenay, and Larry Zbyszko.
Poor Tony has so much bad news to explain to the people tonight. He must have felt ridiculous having to admit that Eric Bischoff defeated Ric Flair last night. Tenay runs down the details – all except for the finish. Not only does Tony have to announce that Bischoff beat Flair, but he also has to explain that the STREAK IS OVER. Yes, Kevin Nash is now the new WCW world champ – with some help from his old pal Scott Hall. Larry Z is upset last night was a “slap in the face” against tradition. IT’S NOT RIGHT.
We get some EXCITING STILL SHOTS of Ric Flair and Eric Bischoff from last night at Starrcade. BISCHOFF KNOWS KARATE – and there’s no doubt he’s a fighter, says Tony with a straight face.
Some guy in Atlanta wins the final grand prize Nitro Party pack.
This leads to the Nitro Girls.
- Ernest Miller (w/Sonny Oono) vs. Shiima Nobunaga (w/Chris Jericho & Ralphus)
While Miller tells everybody to shut up and sit down because he’s the greatest, CHRIS JERICHO and RALPHUS interrupt with Shiima Nobunaga who has what it takes to beat up Miller. Jericho and Ralphus will watch his back tonight until the end because they are true amigos. Shiima doesn’t know what to think of Jericho and his madness. Miller runs down CIMA and stomps the crap out of him. Both Jericho and Miller are talking on the mic. Nobunaga sneaks a rollup, but only gets two. Miller hits the FELINER for the win in 1:13. So much for Shamanamadingdong.
We get some EXCITING STILL SHOTS of Goldberg and Kevin Nash from last night at Starrcade.
They take us back to December 14 Nitro when Ric Flair didn’t really have a heart attack. He just ate too much fatty brisket for dinner – or something. Nobody knows.
- Norman Smiley vs. Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Fans are doing the “big wiggle” now. The dance is over, but how could it not be? Chavo and Norman do some muscle posing. Some wristlocks and shoulderblocks to start. Chavo gets warmed up and sends Smiley to the floor with a dropkick so he can ride Pepe around the ring. Back inside, Chavo continues with a bunch of punches and a tilt-a-whirl headscissors. Norman blocks a tornado bulldog with a back suplex and it’s BIG WIGGLE TIME. He hits that cool swinging full body slam on Chavo. It’s chinlock time and turns it around into a stump puller. Chavo comes back with a sunset flip, but Norman blocks and does the BIG WIGGLE. Smiley lifts Chavo up off the mat by the throat, but Chavo still manages to flip over Norman with a sunset flip for two. Smiley catches Guerrero with a back elbow and can’t stop dancing. Our esteemed commentators discuss the origin of the name of Norman’s “big wiggle” dance. Norman delivers a vertical suplex and applies a headscissors down on the mat. He doesn’t stay with the hold and dances some more. He grabs Pepe for the Big Wiggle, which I didn’t think you could do on TV. This gets Chavo pissed as he mounts a comeback. There’s the Springboard Bulldog. Chavo does a little wiggling. I don’t know anymore. Norman runs down Chavo and grabs Pepe, but Guerrero drops him crotch-first on the top rope for a horsey ride. Chavo ends up giving Smiley a back suplex onto Pepe! As he goes to put Pepe in the corner, the NORMAN CONQUEST (crossface chickenwing) is applied for the tapout. (7:42) Smiley does Pepe in the butt one more time and then bitch slaps him to the mat. It looks like now Smiley is the pushed guy and Chavo is a jobber with a stick horse. Nevertheless, this was a pretty good match. **
We check in with Raven and Kanyon at his Mrs. Levy’s house. She wants to make them sandwiches and milk, but Raven just wants to drink booze and watch TV.
More EXCITING STILL SHOTS of Starrcade.
- Booker T vs. Fit Finley
Finley BUM RUSHES THE SHOW and puts Booker on his backside for some stomps. I just love watching Finley. They go to the floor where Booker returns the favor with some guardrail action. Back in, Finley stretches Booker on the mat and picks him up for that full body slam he does. That gets two. Booker escapes a chinlock, but Finley remains in control. He slams Booker’s chest on the apron and grabs a chair, but ref Mickey Jay is on it tonight! He grabs the chair away and tosses it aside. Back in again, Booker catches Finley with the forearm smash and connects with the Hook Kick. Finley gives Booker a jawbreaker to send him away and continues to make Booker’s face hurt. Booker finds a Jack Brisco rollup, but only gets two. He runs into a boot in the corner and gets decked by Finley with a hard clothesline for two. Finley avoids Booker’s kicks and delivers an inverted atomic drop before knocking him over the top rope to the floor with a clothesline. That was awesome. Back in, Booker grabs Finley up top and slams him down for a Harlem Side Kick. Here comes the MISSILE DROPKICK and Booker gets the win. (6:52) Another solid match that should be taken more seriously than the last one. I thought they had another five minutes in them as well. **½
More still shots from Eric Bischoff and Ric Flair’s match from last night. Maybe chill with the stills, bro.
Gene Okerlund is in the ring and he brings out RIC FLAIR. He’s brought his luggage with him to the ring which is abnormal. Let’s see where this goes. Flair explains he doesn’t deserve all this love from the Baltimore crowd because he got his ass kicked at Starrcade – and he’s ashamed. After the show, he got in the car and called Arn Anderson to tell him it’s over. He got drunk, woke up today, and called his wife and she told him it’s over. He got on the plane back to Charlotte, sat down, and the flight attendant asked what could she do for him, and he said, “HELL, I WANNA GO TO BALTIMORE”. And that’s what he did. Flair calls Eric Bischoff “the man” for tonight, but he asks Bischoff and all the people to hear him out for the very last time. From there, Flair takes off his Hugo Boss fur coat and Perry Ellis shirt and throws them to the mat. He grabs some of his luggage, pulls out a suit, and throws it onto the pile. Flair says he’s custom made from head to toe – have been and always will be. He then says one of my favorite lines of any promo I’ve ever heard – “I’VE LIVED THE LIFE OF A KING BECAUSE THE PEOPLE HAVE ALLOWED ME TO.” That’s babyface Ric Flair at its best right there. He takes off his alligator belt, his gold Rolex watch, and all the cash in his pocket and adds it to the pile as well. Off comes his shoes and thrown into the crowd. Now comes the pants. Oh boy. Flair runs the ropes and drops an elbow in his boxers. Flair won’t leave Baltimore until he and Bischoff get something straight. He even goes as far as to say he will leave the wrestling world forever, sign over his houses and cars, give him any money he has, and will give Bischoff the satisfaction of knowing he RAPED the Nature Boy if he has the youknowwhat to walk the aisle here tonight – one more time. The one stipulation Flair demands – if by the grace of the GOOD LORD Flair beats him, he gets to run WCW for ninety days. On day one, Flair will remove Bischoff from Hollywood Hogan’s ass, which sounds like a challenge to Okerlund. Flair calls Bischoff a scammer and a schemer with the brain of a pissant that’s running an empire. Bischoff isn’t smart – it’s tradition that makes the company great. It’s Goldberg, Nash (huh?), the Four Horsemen (finally!), Steiners (huh again?), Luger (uh nWo?), Sting (also nWo?), and all of the boys have bled and sweat. Before he can say anything else, Flair pulls out some handcuffs and cuffs himself to the top rope. Flair ain’t going home until Bischoff gets his ass out to the ring. Uh oh, time for commercials. Flair yells that if Bischoff turns the camera off, he’ll be naked when we come back. Larry Z is the first to say Flair will do it, too. OH MAN. Tony DARES you to change the channel.
When we return, Flair isn’t naked, so that’s good news. Eric Bischoff is limping – because he’s OLD SCHOOL. It’s PSYCHOLOGY, ya’ll. Once he’s in the ring, he points and laughs at Flair. Beating up Flair’s punk kid, kissing his old lady, ruining Flair’s career – it’s all been great. Nothing is better than literally taking all of Flair’s money and everything else he owns. As Flair spits and fumes and cusses, Bischoff warns Flair to calm down or he’ll have another heart attack. Flair comes back with saying that when he dies of a heart attack, it will be on Bischoff’s girlfriend, which is the BEST. Bischoff agrees to the match and the conditions. Flair says if his career ends tonight, it’s going to be with him having a piece of Bischoff’s ass. This is so good and a major highlight in the history of Nitro.
HOUR NUMBER TWO! Your hosts are Tony Schiavone, Mike Tenay, and Larry Zbyszko.
We start the second hour with a solo dance from “Storm”, which is the great QUEEN SHARMELL.
- Barry Windham vs. Prince Iaukea
Seems like a waste of Barry Windham to me. Iaukea starts off strong, but Windham catches him in mid-air and drops him throat-first on the top rope. Windham unloads on Iaukea while our esteemed commentators discuss Ric Flair and his obsession with Eric Bischoff. The crowd is chanting “Goldberg”. Eventually, they go to the floor where they trade some ringside violence. Back inside, Iaukea gets one more attempt at a comeback when Windham delivers a bulldog FROM OUTTA NOWHERE. (3:56) Yeah, pretty much a waste of Windham. ½*
More still shots are shown of the Goldberg versus Kevin Nash match.
Gene Okerlund is standing by with a member of WCW security who also happens to be a Sgt. on a SWAT team. He explains what a cattle prod is. Is this REALLY an attempt at Goldberg getting this steam back after the loss?
After the break, we go back to Gene Okerlund who is now in the ring. He brings out DIAMOND DALLAS PAGE. DDP says he feels like he went to hell and back last night and when Giant made a mistake, he had just two words left for him: SUCK IT, perhaps? Nope, but Baltimore thought so. GET BANGED, maybe? No, those two words were “Diamond Cutter”. Oh, that makes more sense. Anyways, DDP feels there was a “black cloud” over some of the matches last night at Starrcade – Flair versus Bischoff and Scott Hall zapping Goldberg with that “stun stick”. DDP tells Nash to do the “right thing” and puts all his money on Ric Flair WOO to win tonight. DDP says he’d love to work for Flair and says Bischoff will find a whole other way to FEEL…THE…(explosions).
We go backstage to find KONNAN and DISCO INFERNO arguing about something when LEX LUGER and KEVIN NASH show up. Nash blames Disco for ruining his shot at being a “legit” champion. Huh? Oh well. Nash says if he wants to be in the nWo Wolfpac, they’ll arrange a little match for him later tonight. Oh, that’s right – Nash can do that now that he has the pen. Nash hints at an interview to come. Disco says he took a grenade for Nash, so Nash calls him “Sgt. Ryan.” Who is Disco’s opponent?
Still shots of last night’s triangle match for the Cruiserweight title are shown. Tenay calls it the best triangle match in WCW history, but I’m not sure I agree. BUT WHO AM I?
- Billy Kidman & Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Eddie Guerrero & Juventud Guerrera
Juvi does all he can to calm Eddie down to start. He’s so mad after Starrcade. Anyways, Mysterio starts with Eddie. He delivers a back suplex, but Rey flips out of a second one and they run the ropes ending with Guerrero charging into a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. Tag to Juvi, he tries to convince Eddie that he will NOT disappoint this time. Now Kidman tags in and with Juvi distracted with LWO business, Kidman starts unloading on him with clotheslines. Juventud comes back with a wheelbarrow bulldog and checks with Eddie on how he’s doing. Kidman avoids a corner charge and tags Mysterio for a Bronco Buster. Juvi crawls over to Eddie, who’s propped up in the corner. Eddie still isn’t pleased or so we thought as they charge at Kidman and Rey. Juventud saves Eddie by taking Kidman down with a tilt-a-whirl headscissors, but Rey springboard dropkicks Juvi into Eddie. They go tumbling out to the floor as Kidman and Mysterio follow up with STEREO SOMERSAULT PLANCHAS! Commercials! We come back to see Kidman fighting out of a chinlock slapped on by Juvi. He misses a dropkick in the corner, allowing Kidman to deliver a tornado bulldog. Mysterio gets the tag and delivers a crucifix into a headscissors, but Eddie breaks up the pin and gives Rey a NASTY powerbomb for 1-2-NO! Juvi catches Rey with a springboard body press off Eddie’s shoulders for two. Eddie hits the Hilo and then abuses Rey in the corner with some chops. Gory Special into a helicopter spin gets two. The LWO keeps up the double-team moves now as Juvi springboard legdrops Rey off Eddie’s shoulders for 1-2-NO! Kidman continues to make the save for his partner. Kind of a dumb spot as Eddie takes Rey over to Kidman and goes to whip him into Juvi’s foot, but Rey reverses and Guerrero eats the boot. Kidman softens the blow off a corner whip for Rey, but then Eddie charges and gets launched into Juvi. HOT TAG TO KIDMAN! Juvi gets dumped as Kidman lifts Eddie up for a powerbomb, but Mysterio adds in the exclamation point with a springboard senton for 1-2-NO! Juventud saves, but gets dumped again. Eddie goes for a powerbomb on Kidman, but everybody knows you can’t powerbomb Kidman. Face slam sets up a Springboard Leg Drop for 1-2-NO! Juvi gets blocked by Rey, but Eddie still manages to lift up his shoulder. Kidman and Rey whip Eddie and Juvi into each other as Mysterio hits a jumping X-Factor on Juvi while Kidman delivers a BK Bomb to Guerrero. As Kidman heads to the top, Guerrero launches Rey into him off a charge. They collide and Eddie dumps Rey for a somersault plancha from Juvi. Meanwhile, Eddie tosses Kidman into the ring for a FROG SPLASH, which gets the 1-2-3. (13:50 shown) Loads of action, but the crowd seemed to deflate the match. On New Years Eve, Eddie would be involved in a terrible alcohol-induced car crash that nearly ends his life and pretty much ends the LWO experiment. ***¼
HOUR NUMBER THREE! Your hosts are Tony Schiavone, Mike Tenay, and finally Bobby Heenan.
Here comes Kevin Nash carrying the WCW world title belt with Konnan and Lex Luger by his side. He’s getting booed. He’s getting cheered. Nash doesn’t seem happy about this victory. When he got into pro wrestling nine years ago, it was about three things for him: money, power, and respect. Well, Starrcade wasn’t about money. Now that Nash has the power (or the pen, as it were) as the WCW world champ, he’s going to try to right the wrongs that happened at Starrcade. The first being Disco Inferno. He says Disco Inferno will wrestle Bam Bam Bigelow for a chance to be in the nWo Wolfpac. If he loses, Disco needs to stay the hell away from Nash’s crew. He brings up Scott Hall – nobody loves Scott Hall more in this world than Kevin Nash, but Scott Hall will have to answer for what he’s done even though he thought what he was doing what was right. As for respect, Nash says he’s got nothing but respect for Goldberg. To make things right, he demands a rematch for next week on Nitro – inside the GEORGIA DOME. Nash says he made some mistake last night, but he won’t make them again. He’s got to know if BIG SEXY can kick Goldberg’s ass, and he’ll give it his best shot next week. Oh, so now you’re the UNDERDOG? The WCW world title still has Goldberg’s nameplate on it – if Goldberg beats Nash next week, it’ll stay the way it is. If Nash wins, it’s going to say “Kevin Nash”. Yeah, no shit.
- Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Disco Inferno
So does Bam Bam actually work here now? He comes out through the tunnel. I don’t know anymore. HOW BAD DO YOU WANT IT, DISCO? Okay, Tony confirms Bigelow still isn’t a member of WCW. Bigelow swallows up Disco whole, but misses a Flying Headbutt. He mounts a comeback with a swinging neckbreaker and drops an elbow off the second rope for two. Wow, Disco actually lands the CHARTBUSTER, but Bigelow kicks out at one. Bigelow absorbs a clothesline and returns the favor. The GREETINGS FROM ASBURY PARK is enough to end Disco for the win. (2:42) Well, what was the point of Disco trying to be in the Wolfpack again? Oh well.
Backstage, we see Eric Bischoff preparing for his match with Flair – boxing against Hennig’s hands. Compare and contrast with McMahon’s training film if you would like.
Dr. Charles Brock, Flair’s cardiologist, makes a statement about what Flair went through two weeks ago. Short version of all that tells us there was not a heart attack. However, the blood test revealed a high level of something or other that was causing the symptoms, so they pumped his stomach and administered chloroform. Oh, and he was poisoned. This guy does not seem like a real doctor to me.
While our esteemed commentators are freaking out, Gene Okerlund breaks into Eric Bischoff’s office to ask about Ric Flair being poisoned. Bischoff calls the doctor a “quack” and Hennig tries to calm him down while also standing up to Okerlund.
- WCW World Television Championship: Konnan (c) vs. Scott Steiner (w/Buff Bagwell)
Both Steiner and Konnan take turns yelling at the freaks out there to start. I really just wanted to see Steiner deck him. Bagwell grabs the mic and says “Baltimore sucks” for some SERIOUS boos. While Bagwell and Steiner are posing, Konnan gives the nWo ref the K-FACTOR to take him out of action. Ref Scott Dickinson comes down and agrees to get involved in this match while WCW security carry out the nWo ref. Buff grabs Dickinson and holds him so Steiner can deck him, but Konnan saves the WCW referee from certain demise.
Ring the bell, Konnan hits the Rolling Clothesline and atomic drops Steiner for another clothesline to put him on the floor. Back in, Buff gets nailed, but that allows Steiner to slug Konnan from behind and then delivers a butterfly suplex. Back out to the floor, Steiner throws Konnan into the guardrail. Buff bounces Konnan’s head off the steps for good measure. Back in the ring again, Steiner delivers the clothesline, but Konnan rolls away to avoid the elbow drop. Steiner and Bagwell choke Konnan in the ropes. Konnan gets his nWo Wolfpac t-shirt ripped off and then receives a bicep kiss elbow drop. The neck breaking tree of woe leads to the Belly to Belly Suplex out of the corner. Konnan avoids the snakes eyes with a reverse DDT. We get a comeback from Konnan leading to the K-FACTOR and the TEQUILA SUNRISE on Steiner. Buff tries to pull Steiner to the ropes when Lex Luger arrives to grab hold of Bagwell. At the same time, this helps Steiner get pulled out to the floor. Whoops, I guess. They are pushing this Lex Luger turning to the nWo B&W deal lately. While Konnan is watching Lex and Buff argue up onto the apron, Steiner throws him into the ropes. As Lex punches Bagwell, Buff holds onto the top rope down as he’s falling from the punch which also causes Konnan to go flying over the top rope at the same time thanks to Steiner. WHAT ARE THE ODDS? While Lex chases away Buff up the aisle, Steiner gets Konnan in the ring and applies the STEINER RECLINER for the win and the WCW TV title. (6:51) Good job, Lex, I guess. *½
Nitro Girls! No Thunder this week, but there will be another THREE HOURS of the Best of Nitro tomorrow night. They will also be saluting the career of Hollywood Hogan. Oh boy. On WCW Saturday Night, we’ll see a Goldberg retrospective.
- Scott Hall vs. Brian Adams (w/Vincent)
Hall comes out wearing a white Goldberg t-shirt. He gets on the mic and tells Big Kev this business is about three things: money, money, and money. He handed Nash the world title and didn’t even invite him to the victory party. Hall reacts to Nash saying that he’s not the man he used to know by saying Nash isn’t the man he used to know either. He throws the toothpick, so Adams returns with a knockout blow and a backbreaker for two. This is a time filler match if I ever saw one. Adams lays out Hall with a crappy piledriver and then poses up in the corner. After some choking, Adams grabs a bearhug. Hall goes to the eyes, so Adams drops him with a spinebuster. He grabs the traps, but Hall reaches the bottom rope. Hall slugs back on Adams and calls for the Outsider’s Edge. Adams backdrops that away and DOWN COMES THE STRAPS. Adams press slams Hall and takes his time to pose for the fans up in the corner. Hall quickly gets up, slugs Adams from behind, and takes him down with the OUTSIDER’S EDGE out of the corner for the win. (5:35) Yep, let’s go to the main event. ½*
- Ric Flair vs. Eric Bischoff
If Flair wins, he becomes the WCW President for 90 days. If he loses, you’ll never see him on TV again. Eric Bischoff tries to leave the building, but the rest of the Four Horsemen are waiting for him and proceed to carry Bischoff from backstage all the way into the ring. He’s not getting out of this tonight. Flair destroys Bischoff’s genitals and while the Four Horsemen are able to prevent the nWo B-team from interfering, they can’t stop the Giant who storms to the ring. Oh wait, right behind him is the returning Randy Savage with his new main squeeze who we would come to know as Gorgeous George. Savage is wearing an nWo B&W t-shirt and fools the Giant into thinking he’s with them. For some reason, Giant BELIEVES Savage is on his side and gets double-crossed. Savage low blows the Giant to stop him from giving Flair a CHOKESLAM and then clotheslines him out of the ring. He then rips his shirt off and leaves with his gal pal as quickly as they came. With no more distractions, Flair puts Bischoff in the FIGURE-FOUR and wins control of WCW. (4:03) He even pins Bischoff just to be sure nobody comes back and changes the decision. They cap off the year with Ric Flair and WCW taking back control. Everybody who is anybody in WCW joins Ric Flair in the ring to celebrate over a defeated Bischoff. You can say it was a satisfying moment – at least in the context of when it happened. Of course a week later, EVERYTHING changed again. ½*
So what have we learned from WCW 1998? Vince McMahon is the smartest man in professional wrestling.
Bischoff gained major success with one big angle (WCW vs. nWo) and doing things differently from what the WWF was doing at the time. He had the lead for those sweet 83 weeks. During those sweet 83 weeks, Vince was rebuilding the WWF with the best of WCW’s overlooked and released talent before the nWo was even a thought, and managed to get his company to become more popular than ever before using that same talent. Once the Monday Night Wars shifted to the WWF’s side on April 13 when Vince McMahon met Steve Austin in a one-on-one contest, Vince drove Bischoff to rely on bad hotshotting, dumb ideas that probably sound like good ideas when you’re desperate for ratings and have to fill too much TV time, and WCW relying on celebrities (Dennis Rodman, Jay Leno, and CHUCKY) to keep their product as popular as it was able to be.
However, the one difference maker for WCW in 1998 was Bill Goldberg. If it wasn’t for Goldberg and his meteoric rise to the top, WCW honestly would not have managed to be any real competition once the WWF took over on April 13. Despite WCW doing everything they could to keep the WCW world champ Goldberg down (only 2 PPV main events) by having him wrestle more established babyfaces (Sting, DDP) and honestly just having some ridiculous opponents on Nitro (Scott Putski, AL GREEN for starters), he managed to be WCW’s most popular wrestler of 1998. And then Kevin Nash gets the pen and destroys the whole thing by having himself end Goldberg’s win streak. Now I don’t care about the NUMBER of wins. That’s not the problem because his number of wins is just wrestling nonsense. The problem is Goldberg should not have had to lose at the time he did. WCW managed to take Goldberg – the only thing keeping the company above water – and destroyed it. Whether it was a decision made by the suits at Turner Broadcasting or the egomaniacs running the week-to-week booking, WCW had become it’s own worst enemy. With all these bad decisions that were made and no matter what Standards and Practices had to say about the content of WCW needing to be family friendly for advertisers, they will never recover from the damages done that all started the moment they started losing in the ratings to the WWF. We could go through the poor decisions from week to week, but if you’ve been reading along all this time, YOU KNOW THE POOR DECISIONS. They don’t need to be rehashed again.
And from now on, WCW will always be working from behind and will never be able to catch up.
And now for my TOP FIVE NITRO MATCHES of 1998!
5. Sting vs. Diamond Dallas Page (3/23) *** 1/2
4. Booker T vs. Chris Benoit (6/8) *** 1/2
3. Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko vs. Eddie Guerrero & Chris Jericho (2/16) *** 3/4
2. Billy Kidman vs. Juventud Guerrera (11/16) *** 3/4
1. Eddie Guerrero & Chris Jericho vs. Dean Malenko & Chavo Guerrero Jr. (2/9) ****
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